A flash of horror is a collection of short and flash fiction in the horror genre taken from Karina Kantas’s two collections, Heads & Tales & Undressed.
12 chilling and though-provoking tales that will stay with you for nights to come.
Are you ready to delve into the dark side?
“31 Days of Halloween” is a monumental event to put together. I couldn’t have done it without a lot of help. Way before the event started, I put out a call to fellow authors, asking for any articles they wanted to share, related to the weekly themes.
I’m sure you’ll agree that they came through with flying colors, and gave us a wonderfully varied line-up of posts.
As a thank you, I want to give them all just a little more exposure. So, without further ado, here’s a run-down of our amazing contributors.
Halloween marks the anniversary of the first publication of “Under A Hunter’s Moon”, the first of the “Shadows Over Seattle: Prequels” stories. But there’s something about Halloween that drives me a little crazy… So I’ve giving away three stories, but only on Smashwords.
Halloween. Samhain. It’s the holiday so many love that it’s become almost as big as Christmas. Many of our Halloween traditions are rooted in the old pagan holiday Samhain. Common knowledge for most, I know. But there’s more to this story than what many people realize. Come on a little journey with me and test your knowledge of Halloween lore.
It’s coming up on Halloween, and time to get your scares on. With that in mind, I went through my movie collection, and picked out a selection of movies that I think would make interesting viewing for the season.
Timothy Bateson’s #StoryTime brings you “Under A Hunter’s Moon” in conjunction with “31 Days of Halloween”. Listen to a sample from this #UrbanFantasy story by me, then pickup your copy to discover what happens next!
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